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Thursday June 6, 2019. 10:19 PM
Customers get to pay for it! America's communications watchdog has finally acted to limit the billions of robocalls that cellphone owners receive each year.…
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Still no official Linux version? GitHub Desktop 2.0 is here and brings with it new features including stashing and rebasing.…
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'Things have to be proven,' intones Mr Justice Hildyard Autonomy Trial A High Court judge rebuked Meg Whitman today for stating as a fact that former Autonomy chief exec Mike Lynch committed fraud.…
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First buy under new broom Thomas Kurian as Chocolate Factory tries to make up ground on AWS and Microsoft Google is spending a whopping $2.6bn on data analytics and machine learning specialist Looker.…
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Might also use Lake Michigan water for cooling Digital Crossroads, the company converting an old coal-fired power station near Chicago into a giant colocation data centre, will use server heat to help agricultural efforts at the nearby Purdue Uni Northwest.…
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And only if it doesn't cost too much Brit comms regulator Ofcom has revealed that the universal broadband service – previously known as the universal service obligation – will come into effect in March 2020.…
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More toys for everyone's favourite source-code editor Microsoft has continued its rapid-fire releases by booting out another Visual Studio Code update with extra Remote Development goodness.…
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Because we haven't a clue The chief exec at Ofcom is swapping life battling telcos – or doing their bidding, depending on your perspective – for an altogether more lucrative role as the chairman of John Lewis Partnership.…
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What did you think we meant? Not content entwining with Oracle, Microsoft has added another third-party database tech to Azure – this time to the Government incarnation of its cloudy platform.…
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Leave your lappy in the bag at every UK terminal from 2022 Heathrow Airport is spending £50m on computed tomography (CT) scanners, which should mean travellers no longer have to remove liquids and laptops from their carry-on bags during security checks.…
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Too many caveats to make this a slick option in most cases AWS has confirmed the arrival of Windows Containers on its Elastic Container Service (ECS) – but with caveats that show limitations versus the more commonly used Linux-based containers.…
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When Huawei sneezes, memory makers get a cold The ongoing trade dispute between the world's largest economies is exacerbating the problems with DRAM supply to the point that memory printing might become a loss-making activity.…
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Pesky public cloud rivals didn't help either as share price crashes 30% Fiscal '20 hasn't started well for Cloudera as enterprise customers paused spending due to roadmap uncertainty over the Hortonworks merger and held off for the coming of the Cloud Data Platform (CDP).…
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Hackers cheese free slices after logins from other websites deliver the goods Pizza Hut has warned members of its loyalty scheme 'Hut Rewards' not to re-use passwords after hackers managed to access some customer accounts.…
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Hi! It looks like you're planning a night out! Would you like a taxi with that? re:MARS At Amazon's AI event in Las Vegas this week, the company introduced Alexa Conversations, a new way to code skills that support more natural conversation and participate in multi-topic...
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Whitepaper sings upcoming power tech's praises The European Data Centre Association (EUDCA) has published a whitepaper extolling the virtues of li-ion batteries - a tech that is still veiwed with suspicion by some bit barn operators.…
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While Arm founder slams US tantrum tactics from the big orange baby Huawei has signed a contract to develop Russian 5G networks for mobile provider MTS over the next two years.…
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We know it's controversial – but don't rule out paying the ransom to unscramble your biz files, experts suggest As ransomware infections continue, conventional wisdom on how to respond to threats is going out the window.…
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HP customers: If your spinoff can put a computer into space, why can't I have my Reverb? While HP may be struggling to meet demand for its new idiot visors, HPE's Spaceborne Computer has returned to Earth after 615 days onboard the International Space Station.…
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Even mouse support. Kind of WWDC Apple announced iPadOS at its WWDC event in San Jose, giving the tablet its own dedicated operating system for the first time.…
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